Moore got on the scoreboard when North lined up to punt and the ball was snapped over the punter’s head and out of the end zone. North led 28-2 at halftime.
The second half started just like the first with a pair of touchdowns from Hogan. The first came on a 2-yard run. The next possession, he decided to show off his receiving skills with a 78-yard reception down the middle of the field.
“He’s a very explosive player,” Standley said. “He did a great job in space. Just made some outstanding runs. Just really proud of him.”
The Lions scored their first touchdown late in the third quarter when junior Austin Arnett weaved his way through the North defense for a 65-yard score. It gave the Lions’ sideline a little bit of life.
However, Hogan quickly diminished it when he took the ensuing kick-off back 71 yards for a touchdown to put the game away.
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